Green Search: Ecosia sees active user rates soar to 20 million

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Ecosia uses its income to fund one of the world's biggest tree-planting drives. Credit: Ecosia
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Ecosia uses its income to fund one of the world's biggest tree-planting drives. Credit: Ecosia

Not-for-profit search engine has used advertising income to fund the planting of 150 million trees

Green search engine Ecosia has seen an increase in active users to 20 million, the not-for-profit venture announced this week. With highest usage in Germany, France, UK, and the US, the growing user...

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